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Bajaga i instruktori @ Požarevac 2011.
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Bajaga performed in Pozarevac

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On Thursday, 1st September in the town square in Pozarevac related events within the 48th Ljubičevskih equestrian games played the band Bajaga.

Concert on the Square lasted less than two hours, and the band played their greatest hits from the year-old career, including "Silence," "My Debt", "Se Ljubiš", "I believe, I believe," "Tamara" and others.

Otherwise Bajaga are on tour to mark the 25th years.

Photo: Saša Stojanović

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